Hi everyone, my channel just reached 100k subscribers what the heck, seriously like where did you all come from? Anyways what great timing to announce my 200th video giveaway winners. You can Watch till the end of this video to see if you’ve won. Today I’m going to show you so many ways to create french tip manicures. 10 to be exact. Maybe I’ll even throw in a bonus one just cos I feel like it. so lets get started. To do a French tip with the brush that comes with the nail polish bottle Wipe off the excess polish from both sides of the brush and line them horizontally along the edge of the nail. Then drag it towards the center tip of the nail. do the same on the other side, then one more stroke along the middle to create a slightly curved French tip. Another way to color the tips, is to do small vertical strokes like this. Line the brush to the start of your nail tips to fill them up. You can go over areas again to make the edge more smoother looking. The third way is to start your brush the same position as the first method, hold the brush in the same spot and roll your finger to create a smooth line across the tips. Which ever way you choose to do your tips, if you make a mistake or want to fix up any rough edges, just dip a flat brush in nail polish remover and use the corner of the brush to wipe away any unwanted areas to create the most perfect looking French tip manicure. If you have a thin brush, like this one, that came with my Konad nail art pen, Apply 2 curved lines from both sides of the nail to section off the tip area. Line the corners of the nail then fill in the rest. This method is my favorite freehand technique to create French tips because it can create a deeper curve than the normal brush can without making a mess. As you have probably seen in many of my videos, I like to use the tip guides to create a quick and easy French tip. But I’m going to make it a bit more fancy this time just to show you the different ways you can use them. Place them on the nail and make sure the sides are well stuck down so the polish don’t slip through. First apply the white base color then dab a few drops of a second color and use a thin brush to mix them together. You can swirl them around to create a marble pattern or go all in one direction and create a duo toned pattern. Once your happy with the result, peel the sticker off and there you have it, a fancy French tip. For those of you who do not have any tip guides handy, maybe you have some band-aid laying around. If you peel off the backings on either side, you can use the sticky part as a tip guide since it has a curved edge Again make sure the sides are stuck down securely This method is good for an emergency repair because I Wouldn’t think it’s very practical to use one for every nail which is why you can try using scotch tape instead place the side of the tape to section off the tip of the nail make sure the sides are well stuck down Apply your nail polish to the tip area and slowly peel of the tape to create a super straight French tip As an alternative you can also use the zigzag edged side to section the tip to create a crafty looking French tip I think it looks pretty cute and unique. let me know if it’s something you might like to try. Now to create a French manicure that’s out of this world. You can’t go pass the stamping method First apply a base color to half of the nail then use a French tip plate like this M87 plate and apply special polish over the design Scrape off excess polish using the scraper then transfer the image using the stamper Check that the image is complete, then aim and roll it over the tip of the nail now soak a q tip in polish remover and wipe off the excess nail polish from below the tip print How cool is that Here is another fancy way of creating French tips using plastic bags Or the backing paper of stickers Apply a few colors of nail polish onto the surface then use the tip of a thin brush to mix the colors together Let it dry for a couple of hours or leave it over night to set When its dry, peel it off the paper like so, and use scissors to cut a curved shape like the tip guides Apply base coat over the nail and place this piece over the tip of the nail let it sit for about 10 seconds then bend the edges and file off the excess with a filer When its done it should look something like this You can always use the flat brush soaked in polish remover to clean around the cuticles or smooth out any lines to create the perfect French tip Wait we’re not done yet, I promised you a bonus one so here it is Who says French tips has to be a solid shape. If you have a nail art pen, or even just a toothpick you can dot in the tip instead Just make sure you place the dots in the nail tip area use a few different colors to decorate. And you’ll end up with this cute and colourful retro French tip. When your done, don’t forget to apply top coat for a long lasting manicure If you like this video, please rate it, share it and add it to your favoriet playlist Please subscribe for updates I upload new videos every Thursday


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  7. very awesome ideas, recently i also tried it with a tape click the link to see ๐Ÿ˜€

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